ECXX taps OneTick for data management and analytics

Rick Steves

OneTick is asset class-agnostic and currently has customers across FX, equities, futures, CFDs, FI, and options.

Tick data management and analytics provider OneMarketData has announced that ECXX, an asset based digital securities exchange, has selected OneTick Trade Surveillance.

The Singapore-based digital asset exchange platform caters to both professional traders and accredited investors and can run an ecosystem with high-liquidity to deliver trustable and secured digital asset trading services.

Enter OneTick Trade Surveillance, which handles massive market data and order flow volumes and gives users confidence that they will meet their regulatory obligations even in periods of peak market activity.

The solution offers the scalability, reliability, flexible support, adaptability, user customization and ease of use financial institutions need in a cost-effective package.

OneTick Trade Surveillance helps banks, brokers, buy-side firms, and other financial institutions to meet their regulatory and compliance requirements, from data capture to case management and everything in between, the firm states.

OneTick covers FX, equities, futures, CFDs, FI, and options

Dermot Harriss, Senior Vice President of Regulatory Solutions at OneMarketData, said: “ECXX’s vision to become the world’s leading digital asset exchange makes them the ideal customer for OneTick Trade Surveillance. OneTick has been deployed by the world’s leading exchanges to meet regulatory requirements across multiple asset classes and global jurisdictions. By deploying OneTick, ECXX will benefit from the same technology that leading traditional exchanges use to meet the most complex and stringent global regulatory requirements.”

OneTick Trade Surveillance helps firms meet the requirements of regulatory regimes around the world, including SEC / FINRA, CFTC, MAR, ASIC, and IIROC.

The solution delivers an integrated, real-time examination of order flow with exceptions, cross-market alerting based on correlations, alert calibration, alert workflow management, and orderbook replay. It is asset class-agnostic and currently has customers across FX, equities, futures, CFDs, FI, and options.

The cloud-based offering includes global equities, options, futures, and FX market data. Users can quickly and easily investigate the alerts in browser-based dashboards and design custom compliance workflows to meet regulatory and internal reporting obligations. The solution can be deployed in-house or fully hosted and managed by OMD.

Multi asset prime brokerage Invast Global is a client

Invast Global is an example of a top brokerage name that selected OneTick Surveillance, hosted and fully managed by OneMarketData, for the benefit of the leading multi-asset prime brokerage firm.

With increased regulatory requirements and pressures placed on financial services firms, Invast Global leverages OneTick to ensure that all trades carried out globally are protected and monitored appropriately as part of an auditable workflow.

Invast Global takes advantage of the OneTick Surveillance integrated web dashboard designed for the efficient review of surveillance alerts, rapid examination of new alerts and for assigning, reviewing, annotating and archiving them to meet compliance obligations. The solution includes pre-built, configurable alert rules and monitors along with the tools and user interface to manage, track and audit.

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